Tsitre trail of trees (1 km)

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The 1 km long trail goes around the park of the former Tsitre summer manor, in a place with a long and colorful history. The renewed Tsitre tree trail has a lot to offer for those interested in history and heritage culture, as well as for friends of trees, walkers in the park and the beach, and birdwatchers.
There are 29 information boards on the track where you can get acquainted with the stories of Tsitre trees and history, with the help of QR-codes: information also available in English and Russian. The information boards have pictures of more than 30 wooden plants, as well as old photos, local traditions and stories that bring us fragments of what happened in the past. The trees in Tsitre Park are a real attraction, especially the ancient pines and old horse chestnuts that have grown curved in poor conditions.
In the seaward part of the trail there is an observation tower built instead of the former Soviet borderguard observation tower. From the tower you can watch water birds stopping in Kolga Bay.
Phone+372 676 7010
+372 329 5555
E-mail info.oandu@rmk.ee
info.lahemaa@rmk.ee
Type of objectStudy trail
Parking facilitiesParking area of Tsitre campsite
Amenities29 information boards, QR-codes: information also available in English and Russian, observation tower, indication, waste bin, DC
Camping facilities Camping and campfire at Tsitre campsite.
Campfire site yes
Wheelchair accessibility Dry inva toilet in the parking, ca 150 m boardwalk (width 1m)
SightsAn old forest park with interesting trees, the ruins of Tsitre summer manor and other cultural heritage objects. There are several other beautiful natural and historical sites nearby: Muuksi City Hill with alvars covered with junipers and a bank forest on a hillside, overlooking Kolga Bay. A monument to the North Star, dedicated to the Estonian-Finnish fraternity in the battles of the last century. Hundikangrud - Estonia's largest group of stone coffin graves from the Bronze Age and Early Iron Age is located 2.5 km from Tsitre towards Kuusalu. Kolga Manor and Museum is situated 8 km from Tsitre.
Additional information Before going to nature, please read the Environmental code of conduct (freedom to roam).
Restrictions The trail is situated in Lahemaa National Park, view the restrictions on visiting here. Additional information from the Environmental Board: +372 662 5999, info@keskkonnaamet.ee.
LocationKuusalu Municipality, Harju County
Driving directionsTallinn-Narva road (E20) 39. km, Kuusalu, turn right in the direction of Leesi. 800 m after the Kuusalu crossroad turn to the left (sign "Leesi 17 km"), continue under the viaduct and cross the ring road until you reach Jõelähtme-Leesi road, from there turn right (sign "Leesi 23 km") turn left at the village sign (sign "Leesi 22 km") and drive 8 km to the post, where the camping area and the trail sign point to the left.The road splits in two, you can park directly on the road leading to the sea, 150-200 m by the roadside. The beginning of the trail is on the right side of the road opposite the well.
Geographic coordinatesLong-Lat WGS 84
latitude: 59.517212
longitude: 25.514663
L-EST 97 x: 6598700 y: 585743